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  • Letter: Cumberland officials behaving badly

    It is with great disappointment and in such poor taste I found the behavior of the Cumberland Town Council and town manager at last week’s meeting. State Rep. Michael Timmons, R-Cumberland, came at the invitation of the council to report on his change of vote on Land for Maine’...

  • The Right View: Maine, the way road rage should be

    Forgive my departure this week from the blood bath that is politics, but we live in an amazing place, and amazing places inspire amazing people. Maine is host to a myriad of road races, many of which raise astronomical amounts of money for exceptionally worthy causes. I’ve participat...

  • Letter: Berry seeks Falmouth's support

    My name is Jonathan Berry and I am pleased to announce my candidacy for Falmouth Town Council. I am the managing partner of a local law firm, Berry & Dion, where we focus on assessment and mitigation of risk for small family businesses, as well as zoning and land use law. My professio...

  • Letter: Falmouth should elect Pryzant

    I will be voting for Eydie Pryzant for Falmouth School Board. Eydie has been actively involved in all our schools for many years: elementary classroom volunteer, middle school library volunteer and High School PTO president among others. I became acquainted with Eydie when she led the figh...

  • Letter: Support Question 1 in Falmouth

    I have closely followed the process leading up to June’s referendum to move Falmouth's library to a renovated Lunt school as part of the larger opportunity that includes a recreation center, Community Programs and a town green "connecting" both ends of the campus. Like a lot of my fr...

  • Letter: Question 1 an opportunity for Falmouth

    The Plumber-Motz/Lunt campus referendum that will be on the Falmouth ballot on June 14 is the result of almost two years of work and includes many changes from its initial vision. What began as a $10 million project that included moving the Town Hall and a bond issue for $5 million now includes n...

  • Letter: Re-elect Larson in Falmouth

    As a current Falmouth School Board member, I am writing to support the re-election of Analiese Larson to the Falmouth School Board. Analiese Larson would return to the board as its most seasoned member. She has served as our finance chairwoman and as our vice chairwoman for the past two y...

  • Letter: Andrews seeks Falmouth support

    My name is Jan Andrews. I am pleased to be running as a candidate for Falmouth School Board.  I have lived in Maine with my husband for 23 years where we have raised six children.  All of our children are graduates of the public school system and are diverse in abilities presenting uni...

  • Letter: Doyle deserves Falmouth votes

    As a former resident of Falmouth I wish to endorse Michael Doyle's candidacy for the School Board. I worked with Mike for the Maine Handicapped Ski Program at Sunday River for several years. I have admired his work ethic, his honesty and his integrity, characteristics which will serve the ...

  • Letter: Move is right decision for Falmouth library

    I believe that moving the Falmouth Memorial Library from its current location up the road to the Lunt School makes a great deal of sense. The town has seen many changes and many new people have moved here. The current location does not have sufficient room for the children, computers, meeting spa...